Centre for Energy and the Environment, University of ExeterFeatured
Providing bespoke tailored consultancy services since 1977.
As a research group within the University of Exeter, the Centre for Energy and the Environment is uniquely placed to provide bespoke research which can help reduce carbon emissions and energy consumption. Our expertise covers all aspects of the built environment including sustainable building design, efficiency in existing buildings, carbon reduction strategies, adaptation to climate change, renewable and community scale energy, thermal and daylight modelling, acoustic design, transport, waste and related policy areas.
We undertake short applied projects in both the public and private sector, as well as longer in-depth research and consultancy that can extend over several years. Staff from the Centre teach within the University and can develop and deliver bespoke CPD training programmes or provide academic supervision for Knowledge Transfer Partnerships with industry.
2017 marked the 40th anniversary of the Centre. Our Annual Reports provide an overview of previous projects.
Visit us on stand B27 to discuss how we can assist your organisation in reducing its energy consumption, costs and carbon footprint.